SS-EN-ISO-8130-11 › Coating powders - Part 11: Inclined-plane flow test (ISO 8130-11:1997)
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This part om ISO 8130 is one of a series of standards dealing with the sampling and testing of paints, varnishes and related products.It specifies a method for determining the flow characteristics of a fused thermosetting coating powder down a plane inclined at a set angel to the horizontal.The result of the test described in this Part of ISO 8130 gives an indication of the degree of melt flow that may occur during the curing of the coating powder. This characteristic contributes to the coherence of the coating, to its surface appearance and to the degree of coverage over shart edges.The test acts as a useful method for checking for batch to batch variation in the behaviour of a given coating powser. Correlation between the results from coating powders of differing composition is not to be axpected.This method is unlikely to yield meaningful results with coating powders which have gel times of less than one minute at the test temperature when characterised according to ISO 8130: Part 6.
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SS-EN ISO 8130-11:2010
Nov. 29, 2010
EN ISO 8130-11:2010(IDT); ISO 8130-11:1997(IDT)